Ugandan police have finally come out clean to confirm the arrest of the National Unity Platform party leader Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine who was arrested on Monday.
Bobi Wine was arrested in Kampala City Centre while leading a "peaceful protests" that were seeking the release of their supporters whom they claim were abducted and kidnapped during and after the Jan 14th election campaigns.
Police have has now told the nation that Kyagulanyi was arrested because of conducting an unlawful procession in the middle of the Central Business District of Kampala not minding that the election period had elapsed sometimes back.
The Police spokesperson Fred Enaga confirmed that the arrested parties are by then held at the Central police station where they were recording a statement before the next course could be taken.
Enaga further said that the NUP party never informed them of their planned protests which the police has claimed had attracted their attention prompting them to arrest the NUP party boss.
He (Enaga) then argued that if at all the NUP party boss wanted to carry out demonstrations, he would have come out to inform the government before proceeding to hold them (protests).
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